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Nova

Full Member
#4
Just remember to explain to the doc that he or she is not sigining to give you permission to do the diet, s/he is just signing to say you are fit/have the conditions mentioned on the form.

Mine was afraid that if I dropped dead she would be hauled over the coals. Tell her thats not what it's for.
 

Chlo

Silver Member
#5
I know Spooky is more likely to be correct as she is a CDC. But my friend does 810 and didn't have to get a medical form signed despite having a starting BMI of 46. She did discuss it at the time with her CDC and was told it was only if doing the VLCD that the form had to be signed not the 810 which is a LCD. Possibly just an oversight or miscommunication, but thought I would mention it. Either way, she got away without having a form signed then... oops.
 

KD

Gone fishing
#6
I know Spooky is more likely to be correct as she is a CDC. But my friend does 810 and didn't have to get a medical form signed despite having a starting BMI of 46. She did discuss it at the time with her CDC and was told it was only if doing the VLCD that the form had to be signed not the 810 which is a LCD. Possibly just an oversight or miscommunication, but thought I would mention it. Either way, she got away without having a form signed then... oops.
Yep, definite BIG ooops! ;)